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  • Avatar : NikitaMorris

    Framing A View

    These box-like constructions can be found dotted along the coastal path from Lighthouse Beach to Paphos harbour. They used to feature benches and were welcomed shade from the hot sun but now they’ve fallen into slight disrepair so instead, they mak...

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  • Avatar : NikitaMorris

    Paphos Harbour Castle

    Paphos Harbour Castle was originally a Byzantine fortress that protected the port but nowadays, you just see tourists wandering around its walls. The castle provides ample photo opportunities as you can get close-up to focus on detail or use it wit...

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  • Avatar : NikitaMorris

    Back in Cyprus...

    I'm now back home (I live in Cyprus) and decided on a Winter Walk along the coastal path which is a steady 5K, there-and-back journey with a stop-off for a coffee. :) Now, due to the pandemic, and it been Winter, we don't have as many tourists vis...

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  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    27 of 52 - Part 1 - Newbiggin Picture Post

    Not a cloud in the sky this morning saw me get off my backside, get a flask of hot oxo filled, into the shoulder bag along with the SX50 then away to the bus stop and wait for the Newbiggin bus which was bang on time. Got off the bus then straight o...

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  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    13 of 52 - Part 4 - Miles away

    Tonights rubbish image is one of an unmanned, automated weather station lying two miles offshore from the port of Blyth in Northumberland. ..... Taken hand held at 50x zoom. It was difficult to take because of camera shake. Pressed the shutter ...

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  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    365 - 17 - It all came together..........

    ....... when I woke to the alarm at 0245 and when peering out of the window was greeted with a decent sky. Got dressed, had a coffee, filled the flask, then off to Newbiggin. Chased a few rabbits off the cycle track on the way. On arrival out...

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  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    365 -15 - Digital blending

    A few years ago now I decided to have a dabble in digital blending. I had quite a few goes at it but nothing seemed to fit together until after I had paid a visit to St. Marys lighthouse in Northumberland. After looking at one of the shots an idea sp...

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  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    The early bird-6

    The forecast said drizzle,. undeterred still set the alarm for 0300, when wakening made a coffee and filled the flask then off to Newbiggin listening to the blackbird singing competition along the way. On arrival parked up the bike in the crevice bet...

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  • Avatar : conrad

    Rock, Sea and Sky

    Going through my iPhone film roll, I found a few pleasant shots from a visit to Swanage. This is one of them. Post-processed with the Snapseed app. (I may actually have gone a bit over the top with the processing, but it was only to have a bit of ...

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    • Posted by : conrad
    •  26 Apr 2013 11:45AM
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  • Avatar : conrad

    Grainy Sunset

    From my iPhone film roll. The phone upped the ISO quite a bit in order to be able to take the shot. And despite the use of noise-reducing software, the picture still looks like quite grainy. But I like it. :-)

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    • Posted by : conrad
    •  18 Mar 2013 8:35AM
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  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    First Blog

    About time I was starting to add a bit more to this site other than images. Not much of a one for sharing my thoughts or ideas but maybe someone may find my catalogue of events worthwhile. Up at 04:00 this morning and on seeing the clear sky decided...

  • Avatar : conrad

    Delta Works

    One of the aspects of my country that I'm quite proud of, is the way we've made a part of the earth inhatibable that many wouldn't have regarded as being usable for human beings at all. After all, two thirds of the country is below sea level. What...

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    • Posted by : conrad
    •  2 May 2012 3:47PM
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  • Avatar : rokerman

    Bridlington Fish Quay

    From early in the history of Bridlington, a small fishing port grew up near the coast, later known as Bridlington Quay. After the discovery of a chalybeate spring, the Quay developed in the 19th century to become a seaside resort. Bridlington's first...

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    • Posted by : rokerman
    •  14 Jan 2012 8:35AM
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  • Avatar : Pete

    Photo365 - 240 - cliff tops

    I woke up at 7am on the Sunday morning (28 August 2011) with the intention of going for a jog with my lad. His alarm went off but he went back to sleep. So I ran alone and headed over to Bedruthen Steps on the Coastal path. This shot was taken with t...

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    • Posted by : Pete
    •  5 Sep 2011 6:57PM
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  • Avatar : FaceFirst

    Last of the beach weather

    I decided to take advantage of today's break in the weather and get some shots of the last of the summer. Where better to go then the beach. I find you can always rely on the beach and sea side areas for a good supply of photo's and textures. I hav...

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